Women with MS do well during pregnancy, study finds

11/19/2009 | Reuters

Women with multiple sclerosis have a higher risk of some complications, but most are as healthy during pregnancy as other women, researchers said. Study data showed women with MS had slightly higher rates of cesarean delivery and intrauterine growth restriction but generally fared better than women with diabetes.

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